Apple is celebrating its 45th anniversary, and CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter to pay tribute to Steve Jobs and thank all of Apple's employees. On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne formed Apple.
“Today, as Apple celebrates 45 years, I'm reminded of Steve Jobs' words from many years ago: “It's been an incredible journey so far, but we've only just begun.”
Thank you to everyone in the Apple family for what you've done to make people's lives easier. Apple CEO Tim Cook said, "Here's to the next 45 years and beyond."
Apple's market cap reached $2 trillion in November of last year, making it the world's most successful publicly traded firm.
Analysts conclude that, considering its symbolic existence, the valuation shows that Apple has performed admirably in the face of a global pandemic. Incredibly, Apple's market capitalization has doubled in just two years. Apple crossed the $1 trillion mark in August 2018, and will cross the $2 trillion mark in 2020, just over two years later.